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Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Convention of the Ohio Conference Branch Woman's Mite Missionary Society Held in Brown's Chapel, A.M.E. Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 26th to July 2, 1917
			

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our Secretary, and to our Fraternal Delegate, Miss Craig,
who expressed herself as well pleased with her visit to our
conference branch.  By motion, ten dollars was voted to
the President, in appreciation of her services. By further
motion she was elected fraternal delegate to North Ohio
Conference Branch, to be held at Youngstown. A letter
of fraternal greetings was read from Mrs. G. B. Hill, Presi-
dent of Indiana Conference Branch.
  Convention sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Bene-
diction, Dean Woodson.
  Several members of the convention now took the op-
portunity of visiting points of interest in the city--the
Gordon Hotel Parks and the Y. M. C. A.
                Sunday, July 1--6 A. M.
  A few gathered at the church at 6 A. M., under the
leadership of Mrs. Susie Alexander and Mrs. Nannie Hol-
land. A spiritual feast was enjoyed by all present.
                  Sunday-10.30 A. M.
  Organ voluntary, Mr. Albert  Smith. Song, "Oh for a
Heart to Praise My God." Prayer by Dr. Woodson, Dean
of Payne Theological Seminary, choir chanting at close.
Scripture Lesson, I Cor. 5, read by pastor. Song by choir,
followed by the Decalogue. Song, "A Charge to Keep I
Have."
  Rev. Scott took for his text Acts 26: 29: "And Paul said,
I would to God that not only thou, but also all that hear
me this day, were both almost and altogether such as I
am, except these bonds." The preached held up before us
the life of trial led by St. Paul, yet amid it all was willing
to let his life be one of example.  He then admonished us
to lead a life worthy to be imitated.  Quite a number par-
took of the Lord's Supper.
    Offering for Trustees ................ $20.43
    Offering for Convention  ................. 3.15
    Offering for Mrs. Gross ..................  4.70
     Doxology and benediction by Dean Woodson.
                    Sunday--3 P. M.
   The services of this hour were conducted by Mrs. Lutie
Tush, program being furnished by the Junor and Intermedi-
 ate Societies of Allen Temple. Scripture Lesson, Eccle-
 siastes 12, read by Miss  Bessie Dunston.  Song and




			
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Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Convention of the Ohio Conference Branch Woman's Mite Missionary Society Held in Brown's Chapel, A.M.E. Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 26th to July 2, 1917

Date:  07/02/1917


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